Chloe made an appearance at the Univision’s Despierta America show yesterday as well as did a book signing for “If I Stay” in Miami yesterday. High quality images of both appearances have been added to our gallery.
Hello everyone, I’m Holly and I’ll be helping Adele get the site back up to date, today I have added a mixture of high quality and medium quality images to the gallery of all the events that Chloe has attended in 2014 thus far.
If there’s one thing Chloe Grace Moretz isn’t focused on at 17-years-old, it’s the crazy world of teenage dating.
“It’s a tough age to fall in love: people change so quickly,” the actress reveals in the new issue of FLARE magazine. “I don’t want to have to feel like I have to watch my step, ’cause I’m 17 and I shouldn’t have to.”
It’s a mindset she tries to share with her close friends. Often times, however, they don’t follow her lead.
“I’m like, Dude, you’re wasting away your entire high-school years, and now you’re going to waste away your college years,” she tells the publication. “You’re going to spend your entire life in a relationship and then you’re going to get married…and then you’re dead!”
She adds, “So you lived your life in a relationship! That’s not my style.”
Instead of focusing so much on a boyfriend, Grace Moretz is engrossed with her movie career and the fashion world.
While she loves wearing anything “fun and interesting,” she advises people not to judge a book by its cover, or in this case, a star by her outfit.
“If someone wears a crazy outfit, they’re automatically a crazy person,” she explains. “If you wear a tame outfit, you’re automatically a prude.”
That same judgmental nature of the fashion world is also found when paparazzi catch the star with male friends.
“When you’re with someone who’s just your friend, then [the paparazzi] take photos, but when you’re out with your boyfriend, they never find out,” she says. “It’s like, ‘You guys are so dumb; you’re missing your opportunity!'”
Like she suggested: Don’t judge a book by its cover!
For more on Grace Moretz’s thoughts on dating, romance, fashion and more, pick up the September issue of FLARE on newsstands Aug. 11.
There will be a Kick-Ass 2 panel at Comic Con on July 19. Details below:
Kick-Ass 2 and Riddick
Universal Pictures presents an all-star panel featuring talent from two of its highly anticipated summer films. In attendance will be stars and filmmakers from the action-comedy Kick-Ass 2. Attending from Riddick will be the action-adventure’s star/producer Vin Diesel (Fast & Furious 6), along with actors Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) and Dave Bautista (The Man with the Iron Fists) and Riddick’s writer/director David Twohy (The Fugitive).
Friday July 19, 2013 12:15pm – 1:15pm
The latest actors to join Chloe in The Equalizer are David Meunier, Melissa Leo & Haley Bennet. Haley was the latest actor to be announced:
Haley Bennett is continuing with her busy schedule, signing on for a role in Sony‘s redo of The Equalizer. Denzel Washington stars alongside Chloe Moretz and Melissa Leo, and Antoine Fuqua is directing. Bennett, whose earlier credits include The Haunting Of Molly Hartley and Marley & Me, has completed a string of movies in the past year including the untitled Terence Malick film opposite Christian Bale; the psychological thriller Kristy for the Weinstein Company; and Things People Do co-starring Wes Bentley.
Bennett, repped by CAA and The Schiff Co, next shoots indie drama The White City, which will be co-directed by writer Tanner King Barklow (from the Oscar-nommed The Invisible War) and Gil Kofman. Thomas Dekker and Bob Morley also star in the story of an emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.
Chloe has been cast in another movie called The White Circus which will also star her Hugo co star, Asa Butterfield.
Chloe Moretz and Asa Butterfield — the young stars of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo — are attached to “The White Circus,” a dark fairy tale exec produced by Terry Gilliam.
“Circus” is the first full-length directorial effort from Canadians Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, who earned recognition in Hollywood with their Oscar-nominated animated short “Madame Tutli-Putli.”
Another of their shorts, “Higglety Pigglety Pop,” was produced by Spike Jonze and starred the voice talent of Meryl Streep and Forest Whitaker.
“Circus” is an adventure-romance that takes place on a snowy New Year’s Eve, when a young pilot crashes his plane into a war-torn town on his first mission. There, he falls in love with a beautiful cabaret singer, befriends a talking circus bear and incites the townsfolk to liberate themselves from a despot.
Pic also stars Andrea Riseborough and Christian Friedel (“The White Ribbon”).
“Chris and Maciek are the worthy heirs of Gilliam, Jim Henson and Tim Burton, yet their work boasts an ever bigger crossover appeal while being smart and innovative,” said Gregoire Melin at Kinology, which is producing and repping the pic in international markets.
“Circus” is also produced by Melissa Malkin and Dave Valleau of Canada’s Silo Corp., Stefan Arndt at Germany’s X-Filme Creative Pool and Andjelija Vlaisavljevic at Serbia’s Work in Progress.
“The White Circus” is due to start shooting in Germany and Serbia in February 2014.